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A 33 year old man with difficulty adapting to light
Digital Journal of Ophthalmology 2004
Volume 10, Number 6
April 24, 2004
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Manuel Perrier | Université de Montréal
Ancillary Testing
Radiographic Studies
Fluorescein angiography (figure 3) demonstrated hypofluorescence of the lesions due to blockage of dye transmission by the yellow deposition material.

A scotopic and photopic full-field ERG were normal. An EOG was markedly depressed (Arden ratio of 1.3 in both eyes ).

The results of a complete blood workup were negative except for elevated hepatic enzymes. Further investigations led to the diagnosis of hepatitis C. No risk factors were established.
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Figure 3
Hypofluorescence due to blockage of dye transmission by the yellow deposition material